Robert Schalkenbach Foundation
Category: Business & Finance
DescriptionFunds scholarly and educational projects based upon the concepts of economics and social justice originally expounded by Henry George in his book, "Progress and Poverty." Projects may include books and articles on economics, philosophy, and the author's historical importance; fiscal and administrative reform proposals involving down taxing sales, payrolls, and buildings, and raising revenues from land and resource values instead; instituting pollution and congestion taxes; and managing resources in the public domain such as timberland, park land, mineral deposits, water supplies, the electromagnetic spectrum, aircraft routes and landing slots, and streets and urban public space. A one-page letter of inquiry is requested and may be submitted at any time. Guidelines are available online.
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